Monday, 7 September 2009

Diary of a Crush

.The senopsis of the books (there is a bit plot spoiling in these).

First Book: French Kiss-
New Town, new college, new people- Edie’s feeling overwhelmed. What if nobody wanted to be her friend? But on her second day something happens that turns her life upside down:
Edie spots Dylan. Messy-haired, pouty, frustratingly elusive Dylan. Its love at first sight!
Fast forward to the college trip to Paris, and things are really hotting up. in between the shopping, the clubbing, the kissing and the making up, something happens between Edie and Dylan that changes both their lives for ever… but do toxic boys like Dylan ever play for keeps?
Second Book: Kiss and Make up-
Edie’s having major boy issues. Trying to get over Dylan is hard enough, but then he starts dating Veronique – the most irritating girl in the world! And what about Veronique’s brother, Carter? He and Edie hate each other on sight… so why do they keep kissing?
When everyone heads off to a summer festival, Edie wants to forget her troubles and try and have fun. But she didn’t count on her leftover feelings for Dylan and now she’s all churned up again. Edie’s got some big decisions to make, but is she ready to kiss and make up…?
Third Book: Sealed with a Kiss-
Together at last! Edie and Dylan have been dreaming about their road trip across America for ever. But nine weeks in a car together is going to be a huge test for them. They’re crazy in love, but is that enough?
Trailer parks, seedy motels and glitzy casinos are the backdrop for an adventure that threatens the whole future of their relationship. Can Edie and Dylan finally go the distance?
Each book has very funny parts to them and you end up really loving Edie.
You can tell that when it was being written the author was really trying to get into the teenage mindset and you can sometime tell that in the writing
They are quite innocent at times even though the main character are only a year younger than me (16), but I think I only notice that because I've read things that are meant for adults, and there is a big difference
Other than that I absolutly LOVE these books, they suck you in and I always get through them in a week because I always become enthralled again.
The retail price is £5.99 but they are probably cheaper now as I got them quite a while ago.

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